Horizontally-oriented classic basic form, derived from free-standing wire frames (on poles) often used for growing fruit trees (0050). Also frequently used for low areas like building bases... also for walls, garages etc.. Not for creepers which need vertically orientated systems. Many variations-- see below. Please also refer to the tips we provide in the climbing plants section for support in choosing a suitable climbing system.
Order as a kit: parts list, information, and assembly tips
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Height x Breadth: max. approx. 1.2 m x 3.2 m (1.2 m x 4 m for heavy/massive kits). Distance between the horizontal ropes usually only 25 -30 cm (vines) or 35 cm (roses). Base approx. 0.5 - 1.5 m above the ground.
Variations: For trellises higher than 3050. System 5020 is an inexpensive alternative with one less cable. 4040, 4030 and even 5040 are suitable for larger widths, in each case horizontally-rectangularly installed. With more wires, mounts and cross clamps, the basic form 8010 can be easily expanded, but at a max of every 1.5 m (every 1.8 m with heavy/massive styles) a 'rope bridge' made of two mounts and two cross clamps should be provided for support. Individual horizontal cables such as 1060 are also possible.
Installation: carried out as shown in the diagrams; please also refer to the installation tips (see above). For free standing walls, etc., wall mounts with a distance of less than 30 cm distance from the wall crown or wall edge should not be fastened with anchors (rawl plugs/dowels), but attached with composite mortar (expansion pressure-free anchoring).
Vine Training/Shoot Guidance: See diagrams. Mostly "vineyard" training (R 01). Small horizontal cordons are also possible, angled on one side or double-angled, i.e. "forked" (R 02). With longer cordon arms and greater planting distance (R 03), only one vine is needed, but it takes 1-2 years longer to build up.